Domaine Duroche, Gevrey-Chambertin

Starting with the 2014 vintage, Pierre Duroche introduced two special Cuvées:

Gevrey-Chambertin Lavaux Saint Jacques Vignes 1923: This wine is made exclusively from vines planted on or before 1923. Most of the grapes come from a parcel adjacent to Clos saint Jacques, south of its wall, with no access to motorized vehicles and therefore, its plowed exclusively by horse. (1-3 barrels made per vintage).

Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Les Cazetieres: This cuvee is coming from a tiny parcel situated on the north side of Clos Saint Jacques wall. Till the 2013 vintage its grapes were blended in to the Gevrey-Chambertin blend. Since the 2014 vintage its being vinified and bottled on its own (one barrel per vintage).

Échezeaux: In 2017, a new wine was added to the line-up, which is 2 barrels of Échezeaux. The fruit for this new cuvée is sourced from Pierre’s wife Marinne’s family domaine, in Vosne-Romanée.  Pierre is involved in the harvest date, and the fruit arriving to the domaine’s cuverie receive the exact treatment as the other domaine’s wines, including the vinification, elevage in barrels and bottling process.